There are a number of restaurants and cafes at Summit Ridge Promenade in Tagaytay. For coffee there’s Starbucks and Seattle’s Best. If you want dessert, you can head over to Razon’s for their delicious Halo Halo or maybe buy polvoron from the kiosks in front of the Promenade. But what about for a full meal? It all depends on your budget and what you feel like eating.
I wasn’t able to try any of their dishes but they according to them they serve good Pata Tim, Bagnet Ilocos and Bulalo. I don’t know why they didn’t serve those food to us since the chef already cooked them. I can’t say anything about the quality of Jeepney‘s food but the interior is very bright and colorful. BTW, Jeepney and C2 have the same owner.
Bacolod Chicken Inasal
I’m not fond of inasal and all the inasal I’ve eaten taste the same to me. Bacolod Chicken Inasal is no exception.
Inuman in Tagaytay is a must and Giligan’s is a good option for the tomadors. This branch is big and has a nice view of Taal and the highway. I tried Giligan’s Cajun Shrimp which was perfectly battered and deep fried. I have no idea how much an order of that costs though.
Cows On Fire
Cows On Fire has the best deal. For only P99 you can get a T-bone steak for lunch. They don’t scrimp on meat. Those steaks are HUGE.
The marinade is simple but savory. The steak is thin but large. If Cows On Fire has a Manila branch, I’m sure it will always be packed with hungry Manilenos.
Sanctuario Cafe Grill
Sanctuario is known for their organic food. I love their bread and pates. Their pastas are pretty good too. For this trip, we got to eat Lumpiang Laing and unfortunately for me, I do not like laing. The other bloggers loved it and I’m sure my sister would go crazy there since she’s a laing freak. Again, I do not know how much an order of that dish is.
This is a sad review, eh? I wish we were able to try what the restaurants showed us but we got to try 1 dish per restaurant (except Jeepney) from our lunch buffet. Maybe next time the organizers could have planned the showcase better.
What I can honestly say is that Cows On Fire is the best deal for your money but if you have more to spend, go to Giligan’s for cerveza and Cajun Shrimp.
Summit Ridge Promenade
Km 58, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay City